Chinese Cuisine

Chinese Cuisine

Featuring Tim Ho Wan (Plaza Singapura), Legendary Hong Kong (Jurong Point), Seng Kee Black Chicken Herbal Soup (Kembangan), Enjoy Eating House and Bar (Jalan Besar), Eat 3 Bowls (Lavender), EVENTASTY Noodle Bar (Funan), Bee Cheng Hiang Grillery, Lau Wang Claypot Delights (Serangoon), Treasures Yi Dian Xin (Paragon), King Of Fried Rice (Golden Mile Tower)
Triffany Lim
Triffany Lim

The intestines are well cleaned and fried to a crispy outside and slightly chewy inside. Dip it with chilli and they are perfect. Best to consume it while it is hot. Although it does not look oily outside, the smell/taste of oil starts appearing upon chewing when it cools 》$12

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The braised pork rice is fragrant and it has a good balance of meat and fats that melts in our mouth with savour gravy that pairs well with rice. Comes with a cold braised egg and Chinese cabbage to complete the set.

Intestine mee sua comes with large intestines and oysters, topped with vinegar and garlic. Soft and slightly starchy with perfect consistency but I prefer the base to have to be more flavourful with stronger flavours. The intestines were soft and chewy. Overall, a portion of great comfort food that temporarily brings us back to Taiwan.

Braised Pork Rice Set 》$8.50
Intestine Mee Sua 》$7.20

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Beef Brisket braised in a pickled cream and served with crispy vermicelli 》$48

Thanks Burpple for the invite and QĪN for hosting 🙂

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Each bowl of mixian comes with beansprouts, beancurd sheet & chives. Ordering was done in 3 steps.

1. Choose Soup Base
2. Choose Toppings
3. Choose Spicy Level

They serve a total of 7 different soup bases such as Wu La Soup (charred pepper & spices), San Suan Soup (SamGor hot & sour), Suan La Soup, Fragrant Clear Soup, Vegetarian Clear Soup and recommended ones like Ma La Soup and Tangy Tomato Soup priced affordably between $5.40 - $6.20. Each topping is priced between $1.30 - $2.50.

I went with the tangy tomato soup base with enoki mushroom and sliced pork topping. The tomato soup looks light and clear with a portion of tomato puree placed above. While I would have loved the broth to be of a thicker consistency, this was actually quite flavourful and slurp-worthy. The servings are generous and the noodles are springy with a texture similar to our thick vermicelli (粗米粉). This is something worth considering for a comforting meal on a rainy day.

》Tangy Tomato Soup $6.60 + Enoki Mushroom $1.30 + Sliced Pork $1.80

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Although it says mee sua on the menu, the noodles felt thicker and more firm like vermicelli. This bowl of braised pig organ mee sua comes with generous servings of lean meat, small & big intestines, liver, tau kwa cubes then garnished with plenty of coriander, minced garlic and fried shallots.

Similar to the fried porridge, it is very flavourful with a savoury taste. Loving the well cleaned and chewy big intestines and super tender pork slices. Every mouthful is full of flavour 》$5

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This was recommended by the lady who took our order. The meatballs were firm to the bite but the flavours were on the mild side. Dipping it with chilli sauce did help to elevate the flavours 》$6/10pcs

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Silky smooth mee sua in herbal soup. I had mine with sliced pork while they also have it with liver and kidney which can be customised accordingly to each individual preference. The herbal broth is flavourful and light with hints of sweetness. A comforting bowl to have especially on a chilly night.

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Fried rice prepared in Shanghai-style tastes much better than it looks. The plump yet fluffy grains of rice is generously coated with egg, giving it a good texture and flavour. The pork chop is well marinated and fried till crispy on the edges while keeping the inside juicy and flavourful.

The al-dente texture of la mian is emphasised by simply adding scallion oil with its pale hue and mild taste. The noodles simply had a great bite and the scallion oil was fragrant with just the right amount to coat the noodles evenly without being greasy 》$7.50

Adding more flavours to the already fragrant and good egg fried rice. We all love this tom yum fried rice for its tangy and appetising flavour. It was good and addictive without being overly sour or spicy. Topped it off with their flavourful and tender pork chop and it's perfect with no regrets 》$7

This plate of X.O egg fried rice is perfect with a nice smoky wok-hei without being too moist or dry while the pork chop was flavourful. It was well marinated and grilled to a beautiful golden brown colour with a tender bite. This reminds me so much of DTF without their service and a very wallet-friendly price. They also use short grain rice just like DTF. I added tobiko for the extra crunch 》$7.80 + $1 Tobiko

The ebiko prawn paste ball is very bouncy and springy with an extra crunchy texture from the prawn roe. The noodles are cooked al-dente with a firm texture and good bite. Other than that, I felt the taste and smell of mushroom overpower the herbal soup that was not distinct enough.

Thanks to Burpple Beyond, we get to enjoy 2 Main Dish for the price of 1 ✌ (U.P $13.90)

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I'm in a relationship with food. Why can't we just declare our never ending love and vows towards some food item? I'm sure that would not result in divorces.

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